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The Wednesday Wire.

Host: Simon Pound.

Monday WIRE 16th May 2005

Host: Rebecca Wright - Producer: Imogen Neale

12.20 Progressive Party MP Matt Robson

At first he thought the drinking age should come down however now he is the one advocating for it to go back up – he will be joining us to tell why the pro's have turned into con's.

12.40 Emily Braunstein Editor of Victoria University's Student Magazine Salient

You may or not have been aware that Craccum, Auckland University's student magazine recently had it's front cover for sale. The offer was listed on Trade Me where the bidding was dominated by marketing companies that is until Salient swept in at the eleventh hour and brought the cover for $2,500. We thought we would see exactly what it was Salient was planning to do with it's latest purchase.

1.15 Dick Hubbard

Who better to turn to for a sweeping look at Auckland's serial issues than Mr Hubbard.

1.30 Rob Munnic from the Tamaki Achievement Pathway

Rob is part of an education project based in the Pt England area that aims to instil a sense of pride amongst school children and their parents. The project raises some interesting questions about alternative paths for education and community cohesion.

1.45 Wallace Chapman steps out from Behind The Scenes to tell us where he's been and what he's seen.

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